ASU Vs. San Diego State: Live Updates

ASU Vs. San Diego State: Live Updates
Herm Edwards (Photo: Dwayne Ong, SunDevilSource, 247Sport)

The No. 23 Arizona State Sun Devils (2-0) are on the road for the first time this season to face San Diego State Aztecs (1-1) on Saturday night at the San Diego County Credit Union Stadium. The game will air at 7.30pm on the CBS Sports Network. PST.

Follow our live updates as ASU wants to avenge a 30-20 loss by the Aztecs in Tempe last year.

Here is a link to our coverage of the week and how you can watch the game tonight.

If you are a premium member, follow this link to our game thread at the Devils' Sanctuary.

Be sure to follow Sun Devil source on Twitter for updates too.

FIRST QUARTER

Senior quarterback Manny Wilkins found junior receiver Brandon Aiyuk on the other side of the field, Aiyuk missing a man on the 5-yard line and heading high into the end zone. ASU joins the board and takes the lead with a narrow 1-0 lead.

Wilkins led the charge through ASU's most effective drive so far. He completed three quick passes in the apartments as the Sun Devils quickly made their way down the field to take the lead. Wilkins touchdown pass was the 50th of his career and Aiyuk's reception was the first point as Sun Devil.

SECOND QUARTER

SDSU caps off a stunning 11-play, 75-yard drive with a 13-yard touchdown run by Juwan Washington to tie the game at 7-7. The Aztecs moved on to a fourth and short on the previous game with a perfectly executed game action pass to the limit.

ASU regained the lead 14-7 on a fast 82-yard journey. Wilkins teamed with sophomore wide-out Frank Darby in the middle of the field for 51 yards then he took it to the end zone himself for a 1-yard touchdown.

After a long drive – and another deep connection from Wilkins to Darby – Wilkins is fourth and first on the 15-yard line of the Aztecs. ASU's red zone has snapped on 63 consecutive rides – with the exception of knees.

After the turnover of ASU, the SDSU marched down the field in 1:33 85 meters and tied the game on a nine-yard pass from junior Ryan Agnew to junior Tim Wilson in the corner of the end zone. The game goes into the half-time at 14-14.

MID-TERM STATISTICS

THIRD QUARTER

SDSU takes the lead with a 54-yard field goal in the middle of the third quarter. 17-14 Aztecs.

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